On August 28, 1963, Dr Martin Luther King Jnr. addressed the assembled marchers at the Lincoln memorial. During his address, he gave the “I Have a Dream” speech, which is closely associated with him, the civil rights era and its ideals and aims. The speech can be read in the Listening Tree section of this website.
Politicians and political commentators have been key in mainstreaming the Great Replacement narrative by making explicit and implicit references to the conspiracy theory in their speeches, social media posts and policies.